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North Lanarkshire picks Morrison for £100m schools framework

19/11/2014: Galliford Try’s Scottish arm Morrison Construction has been picked for North Lanarkshire’s schools framework, which is expected to produce a pipeline of up to £100m in projects over the next four years. more »

Crossrail contractors seek Welsh subbies

18/11/2014: Major Crossrail contractors looking to extend their supply chain are holding a meeting in Wales next week to meet construction and manufacturing SMEs. more »

Costain confirmed for £102m delivery of A556 upgrade

17/11/2014: Costain has secured the contract for the £101.7m delivery phase of upgrades to the A556. more »

New AFC Wimbledon stadium includes plan for 600 homes

17/11/2014: AFC Wimbledon has submitted a planning application for a new community stadium at Plough Lane in Merton. more »

Cala teams up with City & Country to redevelop Edinburgh college site

17/11/2014: Cala Evans is joining forces with City & Country to create homes at Edinburgh’s landmark Donaldson College and in its grounds. more »

MoD picks Crest Nicholson for £1bn Cambridgeshire scheme

17/11/2014: Crest Nicholson has been chosen by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation as development partner for a £1bn scheme that will create 4,500 new homes at Wyton Airfield in Cambridgeshire. more »

Anglian Water names five for final £200m framework

14/11/2014: Anglian Water has announced the final set of framework partners who will deliver around £200m of work across the region during the AMP6 asset management period. more »

School looks to ISG for £22m upgrade

14/11/2014: ISG has landed a £22m contract to build new facilities for the American School in St John’s Wood, London. more »

Spring start for Northern Line extension

14/11/2014: Ferrovial Agroman and Laing O'Rourke will start construction in the spring on the extension of London Underground's (LU) Northern line spur to Battersea. more »

Bechtel House revamp approved

14/11/2014: The redevelopment of Bechtel House in Hammersmith is on course to start in September 2015. more »

TClarke picks up £75m of London work

13/11/2014: Building services contractor has secured five new contracts in London with a combined value to the company of £75m. more »

Vinci cleared to start £2bn New Covent Garden scheme next year

13/11/2014: Plans for a £2bn redevelopment of the New Covent Garden Market site in London’s Nine Elms have now got planning permission. more »

CH2M Hill joins Balfour Beatty in Thames flood defence team

13/11/2014: The Environment Agency has brought in CH2M Hill for its Thames Estuary Asset Management Programme. more »

Graham wins £26m North West Cambridge role

13/11/2014: Graham Construction has won a £26m contract to build the post-graduate student accommodation buildings as part of the first phase of the North West Cambridge Development. more »

Wigan approves £60m retail revamp

12/11/2014: Wigan Council has approved plans for a £60m transformation of the town centre. more »

Aberdeen bypass subcontracts advertised

12/11/2014: A further £70m-worth of subcontract works for a big Aberdeen road building job is being advertised. more »

Kier to build £58m Cambridge lab

12/11/2014: Kier has been appointed by the University of Cambridge to build a new £58m laboratory on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. more »

Morrison extends Midlands cabling role

12/11/2014: Morrison Utility Services has been awarded a £90m cabling framework agreement by Western Power Distribution. more »

Designers shortlisted for Bristol Arena

11/11/2014: Five teams have been shortlisted to design the proposed Bristol Arena and have two months to work up their proposals more »

Carillion closes £800m Sunderland deal

11/11/2014: Carillion has reached financial close on a deal with Sunderland City Council for regeneration work that could be worth up to £800m more »

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